Sustainable growth is important to us so we are always very happy to hear from schools who are interested in joining the REAch2 family.
If you would like to arrange a conversation with a member of our senior team to learn more about REAch2 or becoming part of a multi-academy trust, please contact our Head of Programme Management, Lee Francis. Any conversion decisions will always be decided on a case-by-case basis and following robust due diligence.
Head of Programme Management
Regardless of whether schools are part of our MAT, we are always looking to see if there are areas where we can offer support across the sector as part of our central belief that every child deserves a rich, rewarding, education, regardless of their background.
As part of our drive for transparency, we are always willing to share our resources with neighbouring schools in a bid to drive school improvement.
If you would like to know more about what we do and how we do it, please do get in touch and we’d be delighted to see how we can help.
National Thank a Teacher Day takes place on Thursday 26th May! With school prizes, celebrity contests, and on-the-day activities, it’s set to be a nationwide celebration of the UK’s amazing school staff. This year, the theme will recognise the schools at the heart of our communities. From the teachers helping students make sense of the … Read More
Children from Colchester’s Camulos Academy, part of REAch2 Academy Trust, took part in a 5k walk on Sunday to raise emergency funds for families in Ukraine. The big-hearted youngsters and their families took part in the walk, with over 40 people giving up their Sunday to raise £2,140 for the Save the Children’s Ukraine appeal. … Read More
At Ranikhet Academy, mental health is something that is discussed every single day, forming an essential part of our Steps to Success, where the school works to ensure their children are physically and emotionally healthy, which is key to their wellbeing. Louisa Sanghera, Head of School explains, “The school has a listening culture, where children … Read More